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Security & Policing 2022 to return as a live event for 40th anniversary

Posted 16 July 2021 · Add Comment

Security & Policing - the official Government global security event - will return as a live event for its 40th anniversary next year, between 15th and 17th March 2022 in Farnborough.



Above: Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre.
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Hosted by the Home Office’s Joint Security & Resilience Centre (JSaRC), the official Government global security event will once again offer a world‐class opportunity to meet, network and discuss the latest advances in delivering national security and resilience with UK suppliers, UK Government officials and senior decision makers across law enforcement and security from the UK and overseas.

Feedback from across the security sector and long‐standing Security & Policing (S&P) exhibitors and visitors has shown there is a strong appetite to return and meet again in person at S&P and provide the unmissable forum for Government, industry and academia to come together once more.

Following the success of online features introduced this year, next year’s event will be enhanced with a continued digital offering to complement the live event, which will include access to an exclusive programme of on‐demand keynotes and content from the live event, the ability to identify networking opportunities and arrange in‐person or online meetings at the event.

Security & Policing will remain a closed event to attendees both at Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre and online, continuing to host a secure and focussed audience of Home Office approved visitors and exhibitors.

Angela Essel, Head of JSaRC, said: “Moving into our 40th anniversary year in 2022 and following the recent limitations on events during the pandemic period, we look forward to marking the occasion by returning to a live event back at Farnborough.”

 


 

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